Poetry


Who Am I? By Chris Gill

‘Who am I? What do I see when I look within? What is there beneath this skin? Where is my spirit? Where does it hide? What gives me such a sense of pride? What makes…



The Redeeming Feature – Poem by Jonquille Berry

The world looks on, as well it might. Unseeing and unhearing, though the sadness and strife Fuel our expectation and dread Of daunting, destructive expertise. A childish preference for certain philistine elements Spells disaster for…



Apache Blessing

‘May the Sun bring you new energy by day, May the Moon softly restore you by night, May the Rain wash away your worries, May the Breeze blow new strength into your being, May you…



We Are All One – Poem by Brenda Hodgson

We Are All One A snowdrop from heaven just fallen A silver ray of the sun The lightening blue of striking thunder We Are All One… The green of the leaves in summer Dawn, a…




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